Wednesday, June 23, 2010

On the Relative Strength Within Europe

Eurostat details:

Based on first preliminary estimates for 2009, Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per inhabitant expressed in Purchasing Power Standards (PPS) varied from 41% to 268% of the EU27 average across the Member States.

In Finland, France, Spain, Italy, Cyprus and Greece, GDP per inhabitant was within 10% of the EU27 average. Ireland, the Netherlands, Austria, Sweden, Denmark, the United Kingdom, Germany and Belgium were between 15% and 35% above the average, while the highest level of GDP per inhabitant in the EU27 was recorded in Luxembourg.

Source: Eurostat

1 comment:

  1. Luxembourg GDP per capita needs to be retreated from 100 000 workers coming from France Belgium and Germany every day. That is to say 20 % of the population (500 000 persons).